Crowdfunding 2.0: Where Will It Go? (May 2, 2013)

Will a Minor Proxy Skirmish Shake Dividends from the Apple Tree? (Mar. 26, 2013)

Money Market Funds on Life Support, (Oct. 3, 2012)

Will Reform Follow Facebook’s IPO Fiasco? (Oct. 3, 2012)

The New Self-Regulator for Advisors: A Taxing Affair for Small Businesses and Small Investors, (May, 10, 2012)

Crooks Lick Their Chops Over ‘Crowdfunding’ Bill, (Nov. 22, 2011)

Shareholders Locked Out of the Boardroom, (Oct. 26, 2011)

Financial Planners Can Do Better than FINRA-FP, (Sep. 13, 2011)

Does Automatic 401(k) Enrollment Suppress Savings? (Sep. 6, 2011)

The Future of Financial Planning Regulation, (July 7, 2011)

DOL’s Fiduciary Proposal Misses the Mark, (June 14, 2011)

The Decline of the Fiduciary Brand? (Mar. 9, 2011)

Facebook Fiasco Reveals Flaws in Private Offerings, (Feb. 10, 2011)

Investor Alert: Impoverished Madoff Victims Actually Made Whole, (Apr. 20, 2010)

Annuities in Retirement Plans: Live Long and Prosper? (Mar. 17, 2010)

The Unbearable Meaninglessness of 12b-1 Fees, (Feb. 19, 2010)

Stockholders’ Hotel California: You Can Vote, But You Can’t Sell, (Dec. 18, 2009)

The Anti-Investor Protection Act, (Nov. 3, 2009)

Will Obama Kill Money Market Funds? (Oct. 1, 2009)

Strange Loops in BofA Case, (Aug. 24, 2009)

Financial Instability is not the Enemy, (July 28, 2009)

Madoff Scandal: Who Was Really Asleep at the Switch? (June 18, 2009)

Rouge on a Corpse Won’t Bring Mutual Fund Directors Back to Life, Jurist (Mar. 14, 2004) (article)

Investors Deserve an Intolerant SEC, (Sep. 8, 2003)(article abstract)

Bush, Congress Offer Solutions for the Wrong Enron Problem, Investment News (Feb. 18, 2002) (article)

SEC Commissioner Saw the Future of Mutual Funds, (June 16, 2001) (article abstract)

The Mutual Fund Industry Sets the Record Straight, (May 23, 2001)(article abstract)

Proposed SEC Rule on Brokers Makes No Sense, (May 15, 2001)(article abstract)

SEC Staff Cuts Are Penny-Wise But Pound-Foolish, (May 8, 2001)(article abstract)

SEC to Mutual Funds: Take Down Your Arbitrage Welcome Signs, (May 2, 2001) (article abstract)

Advisers Need to Pick Up Warning Signs When Funds Court Trouble, Investment News (Apr. 30, 2001)(article abstract)

Pay-to-Play in America, (Apr. 26-30, 2001)(article: Part 1  Part 2  Part 3  Part 4 abstract)

Mirror Mirror On the Wall, Is My Toad of a Fund Fairest of Them All? (Mar. 27, 2001)(article abstract)

Pretty Please, Can We Sue You? (Mar. 7, 2001)(article abstract)

Another Chink in the Wall: SEC Grants Self-Dealing Exemption to Goldman Funds, (Mar. 1, 2001)(article abstract)

Voting Rights II: How Funds Raise Fees Without a Shareholder Vote, (Feb. 15, 2001)(article abstract)

A Voting Rights Issue that Hits Home for Investors, (Feb. 13, 2001)(article abstract)

Industry Trying to Defang Law Disclosing the Tax Bite on Fund Returns, (Feb. 8, 2001) (article abstract)

SEC Finally Moves to Stop Arbs Who Prey on Foreign Funds, (Feb. 6, 2001) (articleabstract)

Despite SEC Efforts, Accuracy in Fund Names is Still Elusive, (Jan. 30, 2001) (article abstract)

From Worst to First: Jacob Internet Moves to Cutting Edge of Disclosure, (Jan. 26, 2001) (article abstract)

What’s An Excessive Fee? Courts Leave it to Funds to Decide, (Jan. 24, 2001) (article abstract)

No Matter How You Slice Them, Mutual Fund Fees Should be Lower, (Jan. 23, 2001) (article abstract)

New Rules for Independent Directors Will Give Funds More Above-Board Boards, (Jan. 17, 2001) (article abstract)

It’s Hard to Hide a 79% Loss, but Jacob Internet Is Trying, (Jan. 16, 2001) (article  abstract)

Are Ballots Too Secret? Fund Advisers Should Tell How They Vote Proxies, (Jan. 4, 2001) (article abstract)

Make 2001 the Year You Become an Activist Fund Shareholder, (Jan. 2, 2001) (article abstract)

Folios: The Newest New Thing, Investment Advisor (Jan. 2001) (article)
SEC’s Push for Disclosure Often Stops at Its Front Door, (Dec. 21, 2000) (article abstract)

SEC Rejects S&P Move to Stall Vanguard’s Vipers, (Dec. 14, 2000) (article abstract)

Activists, Advisors Press for Better Mutual Funds Disclosure, NAPFA Advisor (Dec. 2000) (article abstract)

SEC May Hold Independent Directors Responsible for Heartland Debacle, (Dec. 6, 2000) (article abstract)

Heartland Fiasco Shows Need for Conflict of Interest Rules, (Dec. 1, 2000) (article abstract)

SEC Preparing to Shine a Brighter Light on Fees, The (Nov. 17, 2000) (article abstract)

S&P Asks SEC to Block New Vanguard Viper Fund, (Nov. 1, 2000) (article abstract)

Be Aware of Fund Finagling, Mutual Funds (Nov. 2000) (abstract)

Role Reversal, Investment Advisor (Oct. 2000) (abstract)

Mutual Fund Portfolio Disclosure in the Internet Era, (Sep. 2000) (abstract)

SEC Prepares to Battle Portfolio Pumping and Window Dressing, (Aug. 16, 2000)(article abstract)

Misleading Fund Performance Claims? ‘The SEC Made Me Do It,’ (July 15, 2000) (article abstract)

International Funds Still Sitting Ducks for Arbs, (July 1, 2000) (article abstract)

Your International Fund May Have the “Arbs Welcome ” Sign Out, (June 10, 2000) (article abstract)

Barbarians at the Gate, On Wall Street (June 2000) (abstract)

As 401(k) Plans Spread Information Gap Becomes More Glaring, (May 27, 2000) (article abstract)

The Fund Prospectus: Yesterday’s News, (May 11, 2000) (abstract)

Heads in the Sand, Barron’s (Apr. 10, 2000) (abstract)